Bob Vavra, Content Manager, CFE Media
PMI jumps to 59.7% in December and finishes the year up more than 15%.
As 2017 winds to a close, we take a look back at one of the most tumultuous years in recent history.
Manufacturing index falls to 58.7% but stays in growth mode despite price increases.
Despite changing politics, OSHA violations have largely remained the same. However, when measured using the Liberty Mutual Worker Safety Index, cost of injuries is down $2B from 2016. Whichever way you measure it, safety remains one of the biggest challenges in today's workplace.
September’s 60.8 reading is 20% above growth level as prices continue to climb.
FORCAM-sponsored event to highlight importance of IIoT for American manufacturing
Each engineering recruit has a unique skill set and background. By approaching the hiring and training process with an individualized approach, you can help foster and mold future industry leaders.
IFS report finds devices deliver useful information to the field, even if a majority aren’t yet using it.
Co-located with IMTS, newly-branded show will build on German trade event.
The Institute for Supply Management's (ISM's) purchasing manufacturers' index (PMI) hits six-year high in August, jumps to 58.8%.